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Logo description by: MariluHennerArtist45

Video courtesy of: czar7474

Background: Videoring was a German video company founded by Paul Mockel around the late 70s. They were first known to distributing music videos around Germany around the late 70s. Their studio was located in the Add to dictionary filmstudios.In1980, theystarted selling videocassettes in Scandinavia, UK, Ireland, and other European countries.

1st logo

(1979-1981)

WARNING: Do not watch the video if you are prone to epilepsy

Logo: We see many colorful, kaleidoscopic wallpaper-like designs rapidly change and zoom-in towards the screen. When the colors all freeze, the image breaks into lots of green wavy lines dispersing to all directions of the screen on a turquoise/yellow/white lava lamp-like background, which fades-out to reveal a magenta background with a sliding green eclipse. As the eclipse slides away in a circle shape, the Videoring logo appears. The logo consists of the word "Videoring" in a giant futuristic font where the right stem of the "V" and the leg of the "g" form a ring around the word (looking similar to the Original Video logo). The logo is slightly slanted. Then, it fades out and more colorful designs zoom-in towards the screen. As this happens, some blue, heliotrope and dark green wavy floors zoom-up from below and altogether, the colors morph into an aquamarine circle, which then morphs into the Videoring logo, now on a turquoise background.

FX/SFX: All the wavy color designs zooming in, the morphing effects and the lava lamp-like backgrounds.

Cheesy Factor: The logo reeks of Scanimate effects.

Music/Sounds: A 70's-era synthesized disco tune.

Availability: TBA

Scare Factor: Low to high. This logo is quite a mess, and will throw many off.

2nd logo

(1979-1981)

Logo: On a black background, we see the Videoring logo in tangerine.

FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: None, a complete jump from the first logo.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: It's currently unknown whether it was used with the previous logo at some point or not.

Scare Factor: None.

(this video includes both logos respectively)

VHS Companies From the 80's 160 - VIDEORING

VHS Companies From the 80's 160 - VIDEORING